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Surat Thani immigration say "bye" to German on overstay

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7 hours ago, Old Croc said:

Dobbed in - girlfriend, work mates or someone he <deleted> off at the pub?

 

Maybe but random stops by immigration officers are not uncommon on Samui. 

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30 minutes ago, marqus12 said:

Its not off-topic, you only need to connect the dots .


Pay taxes on satangs you earn because when you become redundant
they will have a basis to insert your photo into the media with a large

BYE instead of a face.

This thread is not about somebody that became redundant. It´s about a person that overstayed. Where are you failing to understand?

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thai immigration reminds me, of monty phytons ministry of silly walks,same level

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10 hours ago, webfact said:

He was on overstay of 14 days.

How to encourage tourism in the Land of smiles !

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I am now some months on understay, and I think I may continue that way. Abiding by rules anywhere is important, but there is an unmatched enthusiasm to cleanse itself of foreigners.

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38 minutes ago, oobar said:

Oh, he probably just didn't understand what a kind, sympathetic and nonjudgmental person you are.

Okey, sympathy for stupidity and you shall not judge a person living by his own laws? Sorry, I prefer to set the limits a little bit before that overdriven length.

Bit, maybe you can answer a few questions then:

Shall you have sympathy for a person that deliberately overstay his permission to stay? Is the the new modern soft touch we must have?

If you shall not judge people that breaks the law. Why would we then need court rooms?

If it´s such a small thing, why does countries have visas and Immigration police? Why do they just not let people come and go like they want?
 

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2 hours ago, P100 said:

He was right or wrong, that`s not the point for me, he has overstayed (if true at all) and he was removed. The most disturbing is the way how Thais publish and celebrate this. Pathetic hate loaded Thai guys ridicule a foreigner. Foreigner, go where you are welcomed, LOS isn`t the place.

Not really hate. They not show his face. It not “thai guys ridicule a foreigner”. 

Just be cute. Funny. Not serious. Is the style of Naew Na news.

 

and this guy only have problem because he cause problem for other people and overstay same time. Idiot.

 

Here some more they do before.....5555

 

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9 minutes ago, Yinn said:

Not really hate. They not show his face. It not “thai guys ridicule a foreigner”. 

Just be cute. Funny. Not serious. Is the style of Naew Na news.

 

and this guy only have problem because he cause problem for other people and overstay same time. Idiot.

 

Here some more they do before.....5555

 

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Im not sure what is funny but it's probably the thainess thing that I will never understand. Never saw something like that in my country newspaper unless they arrest 100 illegals working at the same place but they won't show their face or use mspaint to make it looks like it's funny. The owner of the company get a huge fine so it doesn't happen again. 

 

I also believe the German broke the rules and should be blacklisted for 5 years. I'm pretty sure he would get banned for life  and fined where I come from. 

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1 hour ago, Matzzon said:

This thread is not about somebody that became redundant. It´s about a person that overstayed. Where are you failing to understand?

I'm just giving you benefit of a doubt, but if it is not at least 25 satangs.
Then this is just nasoongsone 55555

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4 hours ago, chang1 said:

Years ago, I had 2 days overstay because Biman Bangladesh Airways messed up my return flight. 1000 Baht fine and that was it. I have been spending around 3 months a year in Thailand since. If they had made a fuss I would never have returned. Also many others would have been going elsewhere as well. They really need to understand the damage that this sort of treatment does to their tourist industry. I now advise people to go elsewhere because of all the problems they face in Thailand now. For those that say "he broke the law and deserves to be punished", How was he hurting Thailand? Then look at the rip off taxi drivers on Samui that illegally refuse to use the meter and are never punished, yet damage tourism every day. 

If you overstay more than say a month then you deserve punishing but less than that, it should be dealt with by the fine on departure. 

Tend to agree with you. I overstayed a couple of days many years ago because it was not considered a serious offence then and I didn't have time to apply for a tourist visa in advance.  In those days most Western passports got only 14 days for a transit visa, not 30 days as now.  I was given a slightly scary interrogation about the reason for my overstay and then asked to join a queue of other foreigners who had to pay B100 a day for overstaying, regardless of their excuses which the officer didn't really listen to. I think that was an appropriate reaction by Immigration in those days to overstayers by less than a month, i.e. give the overstayers a slightly stern interrogation and ticking off and then fine them the standard amount. 

 

Lengthy overstays without good reason, i.e. physically or mentally incapacitated, should face the full force of the law in terms of blacklisting.

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9 hours ago, trainman34014 said:

Meanwhile; dangerous Criminals walk the corridors of power in Bangkok !

Dangerous criminal work the corridors of power in every country, inclduing the President of the most powerfull country in the World. However overstaying is an attitude problem like "don't care", "i spend money" etc. 

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